On 05/02/12 20:20, Ruediger Meier wrote:
On Sunday 05 February 2012, Cristian Rodríguez wrote:
On 05/02/12 03:46, Michael Davies wrote:
You create a barrier with those who aim to develop in future.
Finally, Lennart Poettering's attitude to other developers is frankly quite abusive -
See, this is what criticism of systemd is all about, personal attacks, same thing about the /usr merge.
Yes it's a personal attack. But he deserves it. Why the hell should I not blame him if I don't like what he's doing?
Why Poettering is developing on posix/gnu/linux/distros at all? Because it's good old 70's transparent stuff. The stuff he doesn't like... The fact that we have these standards, easy concepts, shell scripts, etc. is the only fact why he is even able to develop his crap.
Sorry that's utter bullshit dogma. "I don't like it" it is not technical criticism, and personal attacks against one developer discredits your point completely.
The lack of "books" is also not a technical argument, neither is what languages someone use to develop a program or not.
Oh and BTW.. some systemd components are written in Vala, (C#-like language which is then translated and compiled into C)